and History of the family WELLS/WELLES
11 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
|1. William Wells of Southhold
and his descendants, A.D. 1638 to 1878: Buffalo, N.Y., Hayes,
Charles Wells, 1878, 303 pgs.
|2. History of the Welles
family in England and Normandy : with the derivation from their progenitors
of some of the descendants in the United States : illustrated with steel
plate portraits and plates of coats armorial, and seals of the Bishops
Hugo and Jocelyn de Welles New York: A. Welles, 1876, Welles, Albert, 333
|3. Genealogy of the Wells
family, of Wells, Maine: Milwaukee, Press of Burdick &
Armitage, 1874, Wells, Charles K., 80 pgs.
|4. Ancestry and descendants
of Colonel Daniel Wells (1760-1815) of Greenfield, Massachusetts: Philadelphia,
Wells, Samuel Calvin, , 1912, 68 pgs.
|5. Elijah Wells family papers:
abt 1910, 64 pgs.
|6. The ancestry of Edward
Wells of Quincy, Illinois : with a sketch of his life Chicago: F. Wells,
1900, Woodwell, Lucy Elizabeth , 244 pgs.
|7. Welles and allied families
: genealogical and biographical New York: The Society, 1927, 333
|8. Genealogy of the Wells
family and families related: Milwaukee: S.E. Tate & Co.,
1903, Wells-Cushing, Gertrude W., 227 pgs.
|9. A history of the family
of Joseph Wells: Bleistein, Elizabeth Wells, 13 pgs.
|10. Genealogy of Gen. James
Wells and descendants: Cincinnati, Webb Stationery, c1892, Roe,
Mary Josephine, 141 pgs.
|11. The Wells family:
Milwaukee, Wis., Cramer-Krasselt Co., Norris, D. W., 457 pgs.
|Long Island Linked WELLS
Descendant Database - HTML File currently containing
15244 individuals, in 5443 family groups PLUS Wells GEDCOM File.
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